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Large Breast Ptosis Class 1 - Texas

I had breast reduction in 2001. Great...

I had breast reduction in 2001. Great results;however, after 3 children 11 years later I've lost my upper pole. I've met with Board Certified Plastic Surgeon who said I could benefit from submammary implant. I'm very nervous and just want to know if I'm making the right decision. I thought about getting breast lift but I don't think it would give me the fullness I desire in my upper pole.

A little bit of info about me. I'm a 32 year old...

A little bit of info about me. I'm a 32 year old African American woman; mother of three beautiful children a son 10 yrs daughter 6 yrs, and son 3 yrs. I'm a natural large breasted women 36f before having children which was never a problem until after my first pregnancy they were 36h's, but now they sag..after breast feeding my son. I decided breast reduction would be the best way to go, so I had breast reduction a year after my first son was born. I was very pleased with my results. I ended up being large 36D/ small 36DD depending on bra of course. Long story short after breast feeding to other children my breast lost a lot of volume, and lower part of my abdomen was stretched out along with stretch marks and for me this was a no go. I've recently graduated from nursing school a year ago, and always told myself once I purchase my dream car I'm getting a mommy makeover. I'm a surgery RN so fortunately I've had the chance of meeting Dr. Newton who's a Great Board certified Plastic Surgeon not to mention gives Nurses 25% discount. Therefore I'm schedule for mommy makeover June13,2012. Nervous is an understatement. The plan is for dual plane, moderate profile, 525cc's breast implants to fill natural breast volume, and replace upper pole volume. I've researched and researched, as so many other who stated I think I'm obsessed but excited at the same time. I've noticed a lot of women become depressed after surgery. I was wondering what causes the depression and how long did it last?

A little bit of info about me. I'm a 32 year old...

A little bit of info about me. I'm a 32 year old African American woman; mother of three beautiful children a son 10 yrs daughter 6 yrs, and son 3 yrs. I'm a natural large breasted women 36f before having children which was never a problem until after my first pregnancy they were 36h's, but now they sag..after breast feeding my son. I decided breast reduction would be the best way to go, so I had breast reduction a year after my first son was born. I was very pleased with my results. I ended up being large 36D/ small 36DD depending on bra of course. Long story short after breast feeding to other children my breast lost a lot of volume, and lower part of my abdomen was stretched out along with stretch marks and for me this was a no go. I've recently graduated from nursing school a year ago, and always told myself once I purchase my dream car I'm getting a mommy makeover. I'm a surgery RN so fortunately I've had the chance of meeting Dr. Newton who's a Great Board certified Plastic Surgeon not to mention gives Nurses 25% discount. Therefore I'm schedule for mommy makeover June13,2012. Nervous is an understatement. The plan is for dual plane, moderate profile, 525cc's breast implants to fill natural breast volume, and replace upper pole volume. I've researched and researched, as so many other who stated I think I'm obsessed but excited at the same time. I've noticed a lot of women become depressed after surgery. I was wondering what causes the depression and how long did it last?

Its been a year since my mommy makeover and I must...

Its been a year since my mommy makeover and I must say although I was very nervous it wz definitely worth it!! I'm definitely loving the body I see in the mirror. There's always a but I'm now schedule for the last of my transformation which is a BBL. Here are a few pics after mommy make over.
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Thank for info will definitely learn how to post pics.
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Also, it is really hard to give our opinions without seeing what you're working with. However, I bet that you'd really feel fantastic with the implant added and you're surgeon should be competent and confident advising you what all should be done to achieve the results you desire. Best of luck.
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My opinion would be an implant if your looking for fullness in the upper pole. Wouldn't have to be very large, would definitely give fullness. Look at the pics in the reviews for breast lift and you'll get a good idea of the difference, still nice without implant but not as full. I just had both done, was also looking to go larger, very happy with my decision.
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What about a lift and an augmentation? Just wondering if you're still suffering from ptosis, this might be another option. As long as you're good with having the implants inside you, then this would definitely help you get some upper pole fullness. (Though I'm a little doubtful--do any women with natural breasts have upper pole fullness, or is that something we think we should have because of implants?) NOT trying to talk you out of it, just genuinely curious.

You might want to post a question (with a photo or two) to doctors in the Q&A community if you'd like some input there.

Good luck and please let us know what you decide to do!

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